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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Rico801, Apr 21, 2008.
:lolhammer: its a nice tool but the book is just funny.
didnt think a book on it would be that big
Book!?! Those are samples...... :winkwink:
One of my latest finds Small Key Rambit with High Voltage Pattern :roof:
I love the Keyrambit. How long ago were they made? Were they made in large #'s?
That's a great score, Ed!! :highfive: HV is my favorite of Peter's patterns.
Is that made of Ti?
SALT Not sure on the time period , i dont think very many were made.
Ian the pics dont do the pattern justice, its in very nice condition.
Rick I think its S30V
Ti won't hold an edge.
Peter has told me he has never been able to get Ti to hold a satisfactory edge. My Todd Begg Tree Frog won't hold an edge. Warren Thomas puts a carbide edge on his Ti knives. If those 3 guys can't do it, it probably can't be done!
This is far and away my most unusual Atwood and right up there with my most treasured. I think I will go evil and leave you guys wondering for a bit.... :evilgrin:
There is nothing to judge the scale to I guess a trivet. But it could be a medallion as he did jewelry and ceramics.
Looks like the back side of a Medallion to me.
Looks like a piece of leather.... thought i would post a pic of Grail number 3 , i cant confirm yet but i think it is a one of a kind Small TT with rubber cord wrap :roof:
I think I know what that is...
Hey Soup...I'm with Kibitz...I think I know where you are going with this...Congrats brother!
Very nice Rambit and great HV pattern :roof:.
thanks i think it matches a :-X HV Ghoul that someone has :roof:
another TT congrats!
Yes I think so to. Maybe we need to talk sometime about it :lolhammer:.
You guys are sure sharp. O0 It's a ceramic medallion with what appears to be a dichroic glass inlay in the center.
I thought the HAK that sat on the HAK site for 2-1/2 years was surely the Atwood that had languished for sale the longest, but I was wrong. I was extremely fortuante to track down a store that had had 4 pairs of Peter's earrings on sale since 2003! These were made in 1998-99. I have decided to distribute them as follows: 1 pair for my girlfriend, 1 pair for my collection, 1 pair for trade to another Atwoodite and 1 pair to give away to some lucky forumite somewhere. I am not sure precisely when or where that giveaway will take place, but it's my hope & intention to make someone happy at some point.
I am calling this the Atwood Oceania series:
Homie sends his warm regards from the edge of the Earth.